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Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics

Physicians specializing in this area, also known as "med-peds," provide care for the newborn to the geriatric patient, including growth and development, acute care and the management of complex medical conditions.

In addition to four years of medical school, med-ped physicians have completed an additional four-year training (residency) program combining extensive training and board certification in both internal medicine and pediatrics.

Thanks to their their dual training, med-ped physicians are not limited to a certain age range for their patients. Instead, they are trained to provide primary care for all ages, allowing a continuity of care across the patient's life span.

Services

  • Evaluation and diagnosis
    • Physical examinations
    • Newborn screenings
    • Diagnostic testing
  • Treatment
    • Acute illness
    • Chronic illness management
    • Patient and family education/support
  • Prevention
    • Immunizations
    • Wellness clinics

Clinics

Clinics take appointments from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday–Friday. No appointment is needed, but for convenience, you can call ahead at (888) 815-2005.

  • Clinic locations
    • University Physicians - Grants Ferry
    • University Physicians Pavilion
    • Eli Manning Children's Clinics, Batson Children's Hospital